Back At Heron Lake

View from Camp

HERON LAKE SP, NM—I’m back at my old campsite on Heron Lake. Navaho Lake just felt bad.

Pretty enough place, friendly people—and yet I was left with a feeling of… disharmony.

I’ve learned to trust these feelings, so I waited out Labor Day weekend and returned the way I came.

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3 thoughts on “Back At Heron Lake

  1. hey wayne, your diet book confirmed what finally came to me naturally in the way I eat and what allows me to maintain my weight without even thinking about it for decades (especially after too many years of “must-be-skinny as possible” dieting in my 20’s … gruesome). You are on to something! Granola and brocolli are my staples – and small amounts of sweets always). Most importantly, if the diet is not “carefree” it is not sustainable – that is the key. I doubt it’s for everyone but there will be those who try and discover the secret. Thanks (and for the free books that came with it – that’s another email)

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